Talk: The connective tissue of creativity

by Randall Snare

In March, I gave a talk about creativity (and granularity), at the very awesome Content Strategy meetup in London. I took a step back from this ‘create once, publish everywhere’ hubbub, which is very rightly hubbubed about, to look at the nature of granularity. How do we break content down and put it back together again? Basically, Newton did it first.

 

 


You can see the slides:

Or watch the video, where I forgot to namecheck Radiolob from whose show I got my first anecdote.

Then Elizabeth gave this talk, with her own twist, at UX Lisbon just this May. If you can spot the difference, the first one to leave a comment gets a red-hued cocktail on us.

Creativity and constraints
 


 
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